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Capitol to host PA Golden Glove meet [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 16 March 1984
Capitol to host PA Golden Glove meet By Angelo Vecchio This summer will bring the 1984 Summer Olympic Games to Los Angeles. The event will draw citizens and representatives from all over the world, as premier athletes compete for gold in what should ultimately be a show of world unity through sportsmanship. Part of that spirit will be felt in the Capitol Campus gymnasium Saturday night, March 17, when the Capitol Campus Athletic Association (CCA.A.), Pennsylvania Golden Gloves, and Budweiser present an evening of championship amateur boxing. It's possible that any of the twenty-four boxers on the St. Patrick's day card will end up competing in the '84 Summer Olympics. This is how it works: Fighters compete on a regional level, to advance to state finals. Then the state winners square off in the National Golden Gloves Tournament. The national winners qualify for the 1984 Olympic trials. Capitol Campus is hosting the Pennsylvania Central District Championsh...
Boxing could bolster Capitol's athletic image [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 16 March 1984
Boxing could bolster Capitol's athletic image A Sports Editorial by Angelo Vecchio The Pennsylvania Golden Gloves boxing competition that Capitol Campus is hosting March 17 is a big event, not only for our campus, but for Middletown in general. Three Harrisburg area television stations will send crews out to cover the bouts, and I would expect other media people to be on hand as well. This type of attraction will help bolster the image of Capitol Campus, especially if everything is handled flawlessly. Student support for the boxing show will help the campus in at least two ways. First, for every advance ticket sold, the Capitol campus Athletic Association will receive one dollar. Second, a good turnout at the Golden Gloves competition will improve the chances of Capitol Campus being asked to host this type of program again in the future. The price for general admission is about the same as a movie ticket and there will be at least th...
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 16 March 1984
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Short roster won't harm baseball team's spirit [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 16 March 1984
Short roster won't harm baseball team's spirit ] By Angelo Vecchio Winter's worst has delayed the opening of Capitol's baseball season, forcing the team to cancel the first three games. Pending more favorable weather conditions, the team will travel to Maryland on Saturday for a double-header against St.Mary's. "We hope to come away 2 and 0. It's a good game to start with," said junior shortstop Barry Richards. But poor weather is not the only obstacle the players face. "The question is: are we going to have a season?" said Coach Ron Melchiorre. Melchiorre said the team had 31 guys out in Sept., but the number has been reduced to 13. Of the eigteen players no longer on the roster, fifteen are academically ineligible, and three 'just quit'. Faced with the possibility of only 11 players, the team will "in effect have no substitutes" and a 35 game schedule, said Melchiorre. He added that he hopes "nobody gets hurt, there are no sore arms, and that it rains a...
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Meade Heights checked for toxic wastes [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984
Meade Heights checked for toxic wastes By Linda McCarty and Neil Myers The wooded area and path east of Meade Heights may contain buried hazardous chemicals, according to a report released April 9 by the Department of Environmental Resources (D.E.R.). The site is one of five new locations on the former Olmsted Air Force Base that have been identified by the Air Force as potentially contaminated with trichloroethylene (T.C.E.) and other wastes. According to D.E.R., the Meade Heights site was used by the Air Force between 1956 and 1963 to dispose of unknown types of waste. A recent site inspection by the Air Force reportedly found metal drums and "construction rubble" there. According to the report, "A site survey revealed the presence of eight drums at the base of the fill area. These drums were found to be filled with an unknown material . . .It is recommended that a portion of the fill area at the edge of the post run at the Meade Heights end of the walkway, where the drums...
Room and board upped for major repairs [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984
Room and board upped for major repairs By Neil Myers Both tuition and room and board charges are expected to increase next fall, but only the room and board hike is definite. The 6.3 percent increase was announced on March 17 by the Board of Trustees, and will translate into and additional $78 per semester for a "basic double room" in the dorms. A comparable increase is expected for Meade Heights and University Apartments, although housing officials have not released exact figures for those facilities. Whether or not the additional room and board charges are needed remains an open question. Steve A. Garban, Vice President for Financial Operations, cited "increased operating costs and mandated employee benefits" as justification, adding, "It will be necessary to spend a considerable amount of funds in the near future on (the) aging dining and residence halls" at University Park. Bernard Resnick, Director of Housing at University Park, agrees. He cited seve...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984
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Law school package is available [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984
Law school package is available The Law Package consists of a full program of publications, services and self-evaluation resources, designed to give students a better handle on legal education and the range of legal careers available. The package includes: ~A book that describes legal career options and what to expect in law school, as well as a list of preparation materials for testing and a sample L.S.A.T. test with the answer key for self-scoring. -The L.S.A.T.~a sample that students can take and return to L.S.A.T. for confidential analysis of their results. —A pamphlet that describes the admission process, the major factors that law schools consider in reviewing applicants, financial aid information, and additional sources of information relative to legal education and the admission process. To order the Law Package, send a check for $10.00, the name of your college, and your address to: Law School Admission Services, Box 500-67, Newtown, PA 18940.
Harrisburg needs summer lifeguards [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984
Harrisburg needs summer lifeguards Applications for summer lifeguard positions will be accepted by the Harrisburg Parks and Recreation Association. Available positions include lifeguards, head lifeguards, and pool managers. All applicants must possess a Senior Lifesaving certificate. Prospective head lifeguards and pool managers must possess a valid Water Safety Instructor certificate. Proof of these certificates should accompany the application. The pools will be open from early June until Labor Day. For more information and applications, write: Harrisburg Parks and Recreation Association, 10 North Second Street, Suite 401, Harrisburg, Pa. 17101, or phone 255-3020 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984
Editor's note: Events are published free on the "Briefly" page. Organizations can pick up information forms in the Students Activities or 'Capitol Times' offices and return them to Michele Haley, Events Editor, c/o 'Capitol Times', which assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information submitted.
Council offers students jobs abroad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984
Council offers students jobs abroad The Council on International Educational Exchange gives students the opportunity to work abroad in France, Britain, Ireland, New Zealand and Germany. Throughout the program's 36 years of service to the academic community, participants have found primarily unskilled work in restaurants, stores and hotels. Jobs found by students in the past include work as a waiter in London, a baker in Munich, an English Tutor in Paris, and a hotel clerk in Berlin. Aside from a program fee of $60.00, airfare is the only other significant cost to the student. The program is limited to students 18 years of age or older. For more information and application forms, write or phone the following locations: C.I.E.E., 205 East Forty-second Street, New York, NY 10017, (212) 661-1414; or 312 Sutter Street, SanFrancisco, CA 94108, (415) 421-3473.
Allegheny County needs lifeguards [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984
Allegheny County needs lifeguards Anyone interested in working as a lifeguard at a pool in Pittsburgh or suburban Allegheny County this summer must be a "certified" lifeguard under a new County health law. The law requires pools to employ certified lifeguards, who have advanced training in swimming, rescue techniques, cardiopulmonary rescusitation and first aid. Accredited lifeguard training programs are offered by the Red Cross and Y.M.C.A. Information about the programs and course schedules can be obtained by contacting either organization. An estimated 1,200 to 1,500 lifeguards will be needed this summer in Allegheny County. For more information contact Guillermo Cole at 578-8004 or write: Allegheny County Health Department 3333 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213.